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Paul Sullivan: White Sox collecting enough talent for fast-forward rebuild

Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo hasn't been following the career of Lucas Giolito since dealing the former Nats prospect to the White Sox last December in the Adam Eaton deal.

"If I had to keep track of every guy I traded it'd be a full-time job," Rizzo said. "You guys can keep track for me. I'm sure if he does well I'll hear about it."

If Rizzo hasn't heard by now, Giolito was just OK in his White

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